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ConnectWise, Infrascale Partnership: Where Is This BDR Relationship Heading?

ConnectWise resells six BDR (backup & disaster recovery) platforms. But infrascale enjoyed a big spotlight under the big top at IT Nation 2017. Here’s why.

Veeam Availability Console for MSPs: Easing DRaaS, Managed Backup Services?

New Veeam Availability Console for MSPs should help partners to manage, track & invoice for solutions like backup & Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS).

How to Differentiate Your Managed Service Offerings From Rival MSPs

Differentiating yourself from rival MSPs comes down to the services you offer & the experience that you deliver. Kaseya SVP Miguel Lopez offers these tips.

4 Tips to Scale Your MSP Business for Long-Term Success

MSP leaders that adopt these four strategies can make the most of current macro market growth & out-perform emerging rivals, Datto says.

ManageEngine Desktop Central Integrates with Zendesk

ManageEngine’s endpoint management application, Desktop Central, gains free Zendesk integration.

Quest Software Makes Unified Endpoint Management Play

Quest Software launches KACE Cloud Mobile Device Manager and updates its KACE Systems Management Appliance (SMA). Is an MSP partner push coming?

Live Blog: ConnectWise IT Nation 2017

ConnectWise CEO Arnie Bellini’s keynote plus complete IT Nation 2017 live blog coverage. Features updates from Cisco Systems, AlienVault, Infrascale & more.

Ingram Micro Acquires The Phoenix Group for Point of Sale Technology

Ingram Micro acquires The Phoenix Group for point-of-sale (POS) technology expertise. Ingram vs. ScanSource competition in retail vertical intensifies.

Microsoft Azure Cloud Marketplace Gains Managed Applications for MSPs

How can MSPs manage & monetize public cloud services? Perhaps Microsoft’s new Managed Applications in the Azure Marketplace can answer that question.

Technology as a Service: Easing MSP Cash Flow

Is making the transition to an MSP model causing a cash crunch? Ingram Micro’s Technology as a Service (TaaS) offering may help mitigate that challenge.